"Do you regret at all all the lying you’ve done to the American people?" a HuffPost reporter asked at the White House. Trump skipped the question.
The president is warming up to the same racist attacks he used on Barack Obama.
“I know where the skeletons are buried,” he writes, “because I was the one who buried them.”
A Trump campaign official said it's an "open question" as to whether Harris is constitutionally eligible to be president. (It's not.)
The Biden campaign believes Harris has unique pull with suburban women, a key election demographic.
Negotiations on another coronavirus relief bill have stalled. The economy might also stall.
Donald Trump Can Do More Than Attack Post Office Funding. He’s Mounting A Legal War Against Mailed Ballots.
The president's attack on the U.S. Postal Service presages a legal fight to stop absentee ballots from being counted.
Twitter users were understandably freaked out.
“It’s a place that makes me feel good, it makes the country feel good," the president told the New York Post.
The lawsuit was part of a nationwide, multimillion-dollar effort by the Republican National Committee and Trump campaign to suppress mail-in votes.